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's willis report, thank you for joining us, have a great night. lou: good evening, the senate in a proceed rally vote rejected the president's choice to be next secretary of defense, senator hagel's bid is in limbo after senate republicans delayed his nomination. the former senator came up two votes short of the needed 60 to end debate on his nomination. the first time in history defense secretary nominee has been blocked by a filibuster, the white house and seen at leadership, -- senate leadership seemingly trying every gambit to win the required 60 votes, harry reid even went so far as to scare republicans into advances hagel's nomination. >> if is shocking that my republican colleagues would leave the nation without a fully empowered secretary of defense. considering all of the things we have going on the world. lou: gathering, curious, concerned and amused looks, we have a defense secretary, he is none other than. the soon to be outgoing defense secretary leon panetta who has fledged he will remain in the job until his successor is sworn to office. republicans chose to block hagel's co
national security to the wind. >> bologna, there have been plenty of times when u.s. has been without the secretary of defense. usually what happens is deputy secretary of defense is the acting secretary of defense, a good guy, he could be acting, are other thing, panettaas not left yet, that is bologna. that is not the argument. the fact is that two reasons that senators are opposing hagel. one is lindsay graham, and senator iaot have real questions about benghazi, and the other hand senator has questions about hagel. both of those together, are causing real problem, and a lot of the wounded on hagel are self inflicted. lou: and waleed as you read that letter from white house revealing, that the president did no contact anyone in the libyan government, that he relied upon his secretary of state, who has said she had no role in the days affairs. what is your reaction? >> well, look, lou, we really don't have the big picture in details about what happened in benghazi. i keep repeating that the key point is, what was the perception of the administration of the threat existing? did they
-time high. more with us on why companies are not quite as optimistic. melissa: the freshman representative returns to tell us what he learned and if you still is hopeful he can break washington's bad habit. so i don't know. lori: but the market is waiting to hear from in the market. lou dobbs weighs in. melissa: nicole petallides standing by. the dow at the height of the day right now. nicole: that is right. that is really where we are sitting at this time, the nasdaq composite slightly higher and a gain of one quarter of 1% the best they continue to watch the market trend to the upside so many traders waiting for some pullback yet they don't think it is coming this moment because we continue to move higher and higher. while a pullback is due, we will break our all-time highs for 2013. up almost 50 points. some names on the move after earnings. the first one we will focus on is avon products. they saw a quarterly loss that wasn't as bad as expected and they see demand. 20%. coca-cola coming in with their numbers beating the street revenue came in a little bit light, there was concerns in e
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. this is carding to research done by bankrate.com. joining us from chicago is the chief investment officer at bmo harris private bank overseeing $66 billion. a look at 55%, and it's more than half, that's not really that bad, is it, jack? >> i guess not. you know, i don't know. i would have -- i would have thought it would have been less than that actually given the state of affairs that i hear about. dagen: in terms of money and the cash that people have set aside, you are seeing it go into the stock market, finally. should that be a note of caution because, again, individual investors are usually so late to the party so to speak. >> yeah. i mean, i would say so, you know, there's a couple themes going on, dagen. one is i think we're, you know, theoretically, stocks are at fair value. i think with the price to sales ratio 1.4 # times the price of earnings ratio of about 14 times, you know, given the cuts, the tax increases, this year is not going to be a blockbuster on the economic recovery scene. i think 1500 to 1525 is fair value, and likely, you know, the year end forecast. that said though,
the numbers. >>> call him banks super fan. dick bove predict as 14-year bull run for u.s. banks. the renowned analyst says we're looking at them all wrong for years and he is here to explain. >>> they made fan at this football one of the most raunchyest, hilarious hobbies imagine. the dirty mind behind the fx's, the league. they're not taking any prisoners. comedic geniuses jeff and jackie schaeffer joins us. even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: it is our top story tonight. a day when you can retire and leave the rat race behind, enjoy leisure time, golfg, traveling, for most of us that day is looking further and further away. sure the dow hit a five-year high on friday. but that means if you stayed in you made no money in the past five years. and don't get me started on taxes. put it together and adds up to big delays in retirement a new study shows nearly 2/3 of americans age 45 to 60, plan to put off the retirement. today's "money" power panel is help you to. spencer patton, steel vine investments the chief investment officer. peter schiff, europacific capital ceo
were teachers can be fired, kidding learn, give us worse school anywhere in america, and we'll outperform the other schools in 5 years. john: how good are test scores at his charter school. >> not evennard word for it. >> unions say they avoid the problem kids. >> no way, i love school. john: up to now, adult have run the show. made ud stupid in america. john: school spending has tripled in last 40 years, what do we get? fancier schools, but student learning? no improvement. there is the line. for 40 years, scores have been flat. more money, and no improvement. but there is some good news. around america, some very cool things are starting to happen. school is boring. >> no it's not! john: it is. i know, i went to school. grade school was boring. so was high school. so was princeton. except for the party part. but furth grade? you have to learn reading and writing, that is work. >> reading is work. but it is rocking awesome? john: these kids say school is fun? >> yes. john: how is this fun to learn? >> they teach us in a fun way. john: you look forward to going to school. >>
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